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A REVIEW OF THE GENUS CISTALIA STAL (Hemiptera:Lygaeidae)1'2

@inproceedings{Slater2016ARO,
  title={A REVIEW OF THE GENUS CISTALIA STAL (Hemiptera:Lygaeidae)1'2},
  author={James Alexander. Slater and Richard M. Baranowski},
  year={2016}
}
A key to the 5 species of Cistalia Stal (Hemiptera: Lygaeidae) is presented. Cistalia signoreti Guerin, previously known only from Cuba, is recorded from Florida, U.S.A. and is also widely distributed in South America. C. binotata n. sp. and C. neotropicalis n. sp. are described. Cistalia is a small genus of rhyparochromine lygaeids belonging to the tribe Lethaeini. It is characterized by the pilose body surface having the dorsal head hairs directed cephalad, a pale annulus on the third… CONTINUE READING

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